In the past couple of years, the Internet of Things has brought forward a cavalry of smart devices in the world. These devices are driving the emerging connected users to a new frontier of a worldwide network of data as well as information. The consumers, with the help of IoT, can take control of the connected home appliances, cars as well as wearable devices such as smartwatches. But when manufacture come into the content, what usually happens is that the legalized framework for the Internet of Things stays new and unformed.
And this leads to a logical conclusion that irrespective of the potential that IoT has brought forward in the past couple of year, some factors cannot be taken for granted, such as endless variations, gathered data. And this flaw is the only reason why IoT is not as revolutionary as people perceive.
It is going to take quite a considerable amount of time for the law to come into being and walk side by side with the modern-day revolution of the connected devices. The lawmakers need to focus on two measures when it comes to making an IoT device perfect for operation such as B2B approach and the problems that consumers face now and then.
Human beings are always in need of having clarity and transparency. And transparency should be the first motto of an IoT device as most of the time the people are not aware of the front and back ends of the smart devices. As IoT is a new technology that people are treading on, people want their devices to be secure from attacks and provide optimum privacy. In B2B issues, the IoT devices often make a path which leads to financial vulnerability.
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